by this wind of promise, my daydreams become more fervent and vivid.
And on learning that tomorrow they were to attack the enemy, and hearing from the highest quarters a confirmation of what they wanted to believe, the exhausted, wavering men felt comforted and inspirited
by the scene and their anticipated amusement, the youthful companions of the Judge followed his steps, as he led them along the shores of the Otsego, and through the skirts of the village.
My presence among the men so greatly inspirited
them that they fell upon the luckless whites with such terrible ferocity that within a few moments we had turned the tables upon them and a second later as we swarmed their own decks I had the satisfaction of seeing their commander take the long leap from the bows of his vessel in token of surrender and defeat.
Lewis said that we belong to both time and eternity, and that finding our balance in those two dimensions, learning how to be embodied spirits, or divinely inspirited
persons of flesh and blood, is the goal of human life.
And yet at the heart of his fandom resided something else: An authentic fan, like Rob, feels inspirited
Chef Wakuda's pure, refined cooking keeps Danzi and the five dining room sommeliers--one dedicated to each section of the dining room-perpetually inspirited
Against the Gulf's historic traumas and racially economized cheapness of life, we find an inspirited
dedication to the dead in Howe's "Savage Conversations," Charo Guerra's "Racial Cleansing," Luis Lorentes's "Negro Spiritual," and Brenda Marie Osbey's hauntingly cadenced "Death by Water Suite.
with the nose and expiated with mouth, he should repeat the intended word in the mind, while relaxing muscles of tip toe.
her life which will be missed by family and many friends.
We experience ourselves as both freed by and frustratingly limited by our physicality, as both "embodied spirits and inspirited
Any quilter will find this an inspirited
method of using up stash fabric.